No, Harris. It’s because you’re all talk and no action. Plus, you’re insufferable and no one likes you.
Kamala Harris cannot accept the fact that nobody likes her. She is an awful, emotionless woman who cannot connect with anyone. She is a snob.
Now Harris’s allies whined to The New York Times that Biden only used her to win the White House.
That’s hilarious because as I said before no one likes her. She didn’t even make a spark during the primary. LOL.
Harris thinks the media would love her more if she was a white male:
Ms. Harris has privately told her allies that the news coverage of her would be different if she were any of her 48 predecessors, all of whom were white and male. She also has confided in them about the difficulties she is facing with the intractable issues in her portfolio, such as voting rights and the root causes of migration. The White House has pushed back against scathing criticism on both fronts, for what activists say is a lack of attention.
“I think it’s no secret that the different things she has been asked to take on are incredibly demanding, not always well understood publicly and take a lot of work as well as a lot of skill,” Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg said in an interview. “You have to do everything except one thing, which is take credit.”
Even in the best of times, the constraints of the job often make the vice president an afterthought, and not everyone asked to serve accepts it. (“I do not propose to be buried until I am really dead and in my coffin,” Daniel Webster, a former secretary of state, said in the 1840s about declining the job.)
Um, did she not see how the media treated Dan Quayle, Dick Cheney, and Mike Pence? (Notice how they are Republicans)
The NYT is correct. No one remembers the vice-president. No one cares about the vice-president.
Here’s the thing. Harris went in thinking she could do this and that, Biden would put her in charge of major projects. Overall, Harris acted like Frank Underwood when he served as VP in the second season of House of Cards. He didn’t want to be a backup, but an actual force in the White House.
Harris is all talk and no action:
Ms. Harris’s aides have pointed to her work lobbying other countries and companies to join the United States in a commitment to invest about $1.2 billion to expand digital access, climate resilience and economic opportunity in Central America. But little progress has been made on curbing corruption in the region.
On voting rights, Ms. Harris, who asked Mr. Biden if she could lead the administration’s efforts on the issue, has invited activists to the White House and delivered speeches. But her office has not developed detailed plans to work with lawmakers to make sure that two bills that would reform the system will pass Congress, according to a senior official in her office.
Biden gave Harris the responsibility to handle the border crisis. YUGE DEAL. She failed.
But Harris didn’t fail because of her actions. Harris failed because, like the other big tasks, she did not take action:
Representative Henry Cuellar, a moderate from Texas and one of the more prominent voices on border issues in the Democratic Party, said his experiences with Ms. Harris’s team had been disappointing. When Mr. Cuellar heard Ms. Harris was traveling to the border in June, he had his staff call her office to offer help and advice for her visit. He never received a call back.
“I say this very respectfully to her: I moved on,” Mr. Cuellar said. “She was tasked with that job, it doesn’t look like she’s very interested in this, so we are going to move on to other folks that work on this issue.”
In the future, Mr. Cuellar said he would go straight to the West Wing with his concerns on migration rather than the vice president’s office.
Of the White House, Mr. Cuellar said, “at least they talk to you.”
I love that Harris contacts failed Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton: “There is a double standard; it’s sadly alive and well. A lot of what is being used to judge her, just like it was to judge me, or the women who ran in 2020, or everybody else, is really colored by that.”
No. Body. Likes. You.
Rep. Karen Bass went beyond Harris’s sex: “I know, and we all knew, that she would have a difficult time because anytime you’re a ‘first,’ you do.’ And to be the first woman vice president, to be the first Black, Asian woman, that’s a triple. So we knew it was going to be rough, but it has been relentless, and I think extremely unfair.”
Good Lord. It has nothing to do with sex and ethnicity. It has everything to do with the fact that Harris is insufferable and does not do anything. Her office is a mess, she acts high and mighty, and she spent her time in the Senate preparing for a White House run instead of doing her job.
No wonder females cannot make a dent in presidential campaigns. All they do is whine and cry about sexism and/or racism when they don’t get their way or if someone says something negative about them.
Grow up. Harris, you wanted to be front and center. Don’t cry when it collapses on you when you have not done anything significant on the political front.DONATE
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